COVID-19 updates for Tuesday, March 16
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I've said it before and I'll say it again: There is a great book to be written about the Oxford-AstraZeneca project. I can't wait to read it. While we wait, this from will help you make sense of today's developments.
Why did America’s pandemic response fail? Don’t just blame Trump. The culture and mindset of the US public-health establishment also led us astray. and I wrote about the three big lessons we learned from a year of :
Interesting. there are fewer DVTs among recipients of the vaccine than you would expect by chance. David Spiegelhalter patiently spells it out.
We've learned a lot on the immune response and multiple discoveries throughout the covid-19 pandemic and I can't imagine it could be better summarized than by this new paper or these authors nature.com/articles/s4157…
Don’t talk about “warp speed,” but focus on the years of research before the vaccine. Don’t imply it’s my civic duty. Don’t put politicians in ads — not even Trump. NEW: Trump voters tell + how to cure their vaccine resistance.
Latest updates and per-state vaccination rates: covidpath.net